Savvy shoppers can claim a free Easter treat - including a Cadbury Creme Egg - from Tesco
Around three million Tesco Clubcard members will have the chance to get a free gooey-centred chocolate egg or bunny worth 50p this holiday season.
E-coupons have been sent out to the lucky and randomly selected members, who will have until 5 April to claim their free Easter treat from the supermarket.
Here’s how to get your free Easter treat and the full list of chocolates on offer.
How can I claim a free Cadbury Creme Egg this Easter?
Tesco have sent out around three million voucher codes to the supermarket chain’s Clubcard members ahead of the Easter holiday season.
The coupons have been sent electronically to the individual Clubcard account holder, which can be accessed by the shopper when they log in.
What should I do if I’m ordering online?
For those Tesco customers ordering online, be sure to apply the e-coupon code when adding the chosen chocolate to the order and head to the checkout.
Online delivery charges still apply and there will be a minimum amount customers will have to spend before the order will be processed by Tesco.
What should I do if I’m going into the shop?
For shoppers going in store, have the voucher code ready and the Clubcard app open to be scanned at the checkout to get the free Easter chocolate treat.
Please be aware of Covid protocols including social distancing measures, regular hand washing and wearing of face masks in shops.
What chocolate eggs can I get for free?
A basket of offers are available to the chosen Tesco Clubcard members up to the value of 50p.
Cadbury Creme Egg, 40g
Oreo Egg, 31g
Caramel Egg, 40g
Mini Eggs, 38.3g
Lindt Egg, 31g and 18g
Lindt Bunny, 10g
Hershey’s Egg, 34g
Maltesers Bunny, 29g
Reese’s Egg, 34g
Milkybar Bunny, 17g
KitKat Bunny, 29g
Smarties Bunny, 18.5g
The free offering is only available until Easter Monday (5 April 2021).
Five interesting facts about the Cadbury Creme Egg
|- In each 40g Cadbury Creme Egg there are 177 calories, 6.1g of fat and 26.5g of sugars|
- The Creme Egg was first released in 1971
- There are 25 kinds of Cadbury eggs, including caramel
- 500 million Cadbury Creme Eggs are made each year
- They are known as Oeuf-fondants in Canada
What are Tesco’s Easter opening times?
Good Friday (2 April) - 8am-8pm (Tesco Express stores open usual hours)
Saturday (3 April) - 6am-10pm (Tesco Express stores open usual hours)
Easter Sunday (4 April) - closed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, open 8am-8pm in Scotland (Tesco Express stores open usual hours)
Easter Monday (5 April) - 8am-6pm in England and Wales, 8am-8pm in Scotland, 10am-7pm in Northern Ireland (Tesco Express stores open usual hours)
- Opening hours may vary by store. Check the Tesco store locator to find the opening times of your local shop.
How do I become a Tesco Clubcard member?
Tesco Clubcard members allow regular shoppers at the supermarket chain to collect points on food, fuel, fashion and more, in-store and online.
Every 150 points earned is turned into £1.50 vouchers for members to spend.
Use vouchers to save on shopping with Tesco or make even bigger savings with hundreds of the supermarket chain’s reward partners like the RAC.